We’ve finally gotten to a point as a society where female celebrities are disclosing their cosmetic procedures, from plastic surgery to injections. However, it’s still much rarer to hear from men who’ve gotten some work done — which is why we applaud Joe Jonas for clarifying the elements of his beauty routine that need to be done under medical supervision.
Jonas hasn’t been releasing a lot of new music lately, but that doesn’t mean he hasn’t been busy. He and his wife Sophie Turner just welcomed their second baby, and they also just celebrated his 33rd birthday (both on and off social media). According to People, Jonas has also formed a few brand partnerships, including with a cosmetic injection company, Xeomin, for their “Beauty on Your Terms” campaign. The former Jo-Bro obviously has no issues sharing his personal skincare and beauty routine. After all, we all age. And who doesn’t always want to look good?
Joe Jonas gets cosmetic injections
We’re sure Joe Jonas isn’t the only guy who uses cosmetic injections to maintain his youthful looks, but he’s definitely one of the most open. “There was all these conversations at one point, like, ‘Oh men can’t do that or it’s weird for men to do that,’ and I think there’s a stigma that’s fading and I like that,” said Jonas people in an interview. “Boys wear makeup more openly and it’s great to see. It’s like, do what you want, you know? It’s a beautiful generation to live in.” Proud of his cosmetic improvements, Jonas said, “I don’t think we need to shy away from it necessarily.”
It’s definitely true that it’s becoming more accepted for men to have a little more fun with gender stereotypes than it has in years past. Take Brad Pitt wearing a skirt to the Bullet Train premiere in Berlin, and he tells Variety his fashion choices: “We’re all going to die, so let’s screw it up.” Harry Styles is another musician famous for his willingness has become playing around with feminine fashion. “I go into stores sometimes and just look at the women’s clothes and I think they’re amazing,” he explained to Vogue in a 2020 interview.
Now injections are perhaps the next frontier in outdated gender norms.